And you know what that means.
It’s time to talk about significant historical beheadings and you moving around wildly in a subterranean hideout.
Yep, one of those prototypical week-starters.
The discussion begins and ends with BonBonniere, which is what they in the business call a nightclub. This one’s got a thing for history and Fabergé eggs, and it’s open now beneath Hotel Chantelle.
Here’s what you need to know about it.
It comes to us from London.
They opened one in November.
It’s inspired by Fabergé eggs.
Yeah, the decorative ones. As far as themes go—not unoriginal. And isn’t it sort of the perfect metaphor for a piece of real estate entirely dedicated to indulgence and luminescent champagne bottles?
Henry VIII and his six wives are involved.
You’ll pass beneath them on your way down to the club. The wall will tell you how two of the wives misplaced their heads. Marriage, right?
There’s a large crystal egg you can’t miss.
It’s the DJ booth.
You can look at the whole thing right here.
You’re going to dance.
Bold prediction, we know.